Refurb of Emaar's Address Dubai Mall hotel nears completion
SSH said the final phase of the 243-room interior redesign project is approaching closure
Architecture consultancy SSH is nearly finished will its interior facelift of Emaar Properties’ reopened Address Dubai Mall in Downtown Dubai, a hotel that is directly linked to the world's largest shopping centre.
Meyer Davis Studio from New York delivered the hotel's initial design in March 2017, and SSH was contracted to propose a design that met the client's budget and timeline constraints.
Eventually, Phase 1 of its refurbishment project was completed in Q4 2018, and the design house is drawing to a close on the final phase of the scheme.
Its two-phase programme included a three-month shutdown of public areas and partial guestroom refurbishment to upgrade the building by the floor.
The company’s SSH Interior Design unit was responsible for the refurbishment of public areas, guest rooms, and suites.
“On behalf of SSH, we congratulate Emaar and Address Dubai Mall on the full refurbishment of the property,” said SSH’s UAE resident director, Michael Byron.
“We're thrilled that Emaar trusted us with the challenge of delivering an innovative and contemporary design within the tight constraints of the project programme. With work nearly complete on the final phase, we hope that the renewed property provides a unique guest experience with all the luxury hallmarks Address hotels are famed for.”
SSH’s refurbishment covered 243 hotel rooms, as well as a facelift of the club lounge, porte-cochère, arrival lobby, reception lobby, and lobby lounge. It also refurbished the ballroom, pre-function, and meeting rooms, in addition to the business centre.